byAbramowitz, Milton (editor); Stegun, Irena A. (editor)
"Trivia question: What is the most cited work in the mathematical literature? With an estimated 40,000 citations, the Handbook of Mathematical Functions may well be it. Edited by Milton Abramowitz and Irene Stegun and released by the National Bureau of Standards in 1964, the Handbook was the result of a ten-year project to compile essential information on the special functions of applied mathematics (e.g., Bessel functions, hypergeometric functions, and orthogonal polynomials) for use in... favorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Functions, Mathematics--Tables
The authors first give a complete proof of Maxwell's formula for the mutual inductance between concentric coaxial solenoids of equal length. They then deduce Roiti's formula very simply by means of Maxwell's equations. The formulae of Gray, Searle, Himstedt, and Cohen are discussed. Cohen's formula is very laborious to evaluate, but it is useful in the special cases where the other formulae converge slowly, and when it is necessary to test their accuracy. The authors point out that Russell has... Topics: electromagnetic induction, Electrical instruments and techniques
byLutz, G. J. (George John), 1933-; Boreni, R. J.; Maddock, R. S.; Wing, J. (editors)
References to papers published in the open literature which describe work using activation analysis are printed from a computer based storage and retrieval system. Published as a two-part volume, part 1 is a listing of references according to accession nu Topic: Nuclear activation analysis--Bibliography.